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assault against innocent iraqis carrying out bombings. leaders met in washington on thursday, at least two dozen people killed in a wave of bombings in backgrounds. >>> new warnings about power plants. the nuclear proliferation project says every one of the 107 nuclear power plants is vol vulnerable to an attack. they are disputing the findings, insisting the nation's nuclear power plants are, quote, adequately protected. >>> hassan pathologist testified he shot five victims while they were lying helplessly on the ground. he fired 12 rounds on a soldier. he's charged with killed 13 and wounding 30 others in the worst mass shooting ever in a u.s. military base. >>> a tropical annoyance over mexico. forecasters say it could bring a lot of rain to the gulf course over the weekend. indra is tracking it. you are busy. >> yeah. first, i want to show you erin. it's 1-mile-per-hour over tropical storm pace. plus, i want to show the location. next week, it dissipates into a depression. we are focusing on something that has not been named yet. let's look at the peninsula. a 50% chance it develops in
in the civil rights movement. the march on washington, of course. and that's when martin luther king jr. delivered his famous "i have a dream" speech today president obama and former presidents carter and clinton will deliver their own speeches at the lincoln memorial to mark the anniversary. john lewis will be there. former presidents, george w. and george h.w. bush will not be attending due to health issues. >>> already a big player in politics, but what about this, could it become the center the sports world in 2020? organizers pushing the city as a potential host for the summer olympics. touting its infrastructure and support as big pluses. the d.c. area already has a stadium, a big arena for basketball and plenty of hotel space. >> washington, d.c. is the only global capital that has never hosted the olympic games yet. and it's our turn. >> but there is plenty of competition, the u.s. olympic committee is said to be considering about 35 other places in the nation to be the choice for the ioc. and then international cities that are likely to be in the running. and it gets highly com
people. >> dana bash, cnn, washington. >>> we have fred in libya or lebanon, rather. he's in beirut this morning. we are going get developments from him about the syrian capital, how things are standing now. we'll get to him later in the broadcast. >> incredible reporting. we'll bring the latest from fred as soon as we have him. >>> a new report in the washington post shed light on the bang the united states is getting for the spying bucks. the report says washington will spend more than $52 billion this year on intelligence going to things like paying cia agents and other analysts. the united states still has blind spots in the world like pakistan. spies don't know how secure things are in pakistan. north korea, another one. the missiles and the leaders are mysteries, this report says. the post used information from edward snowden for the latest report. >>> progress, slowly, but surely fighting the enormous wildfire in and around yosemite national park. they are keeping the fire burning deeper in the park. the fire burned 200,000 acres. it's 32% containment right now. this is a sho
washington university obtained the report that said it was carried out to isolate the country from a possible soviet threat. many admitted working for the cia. this is the first time the agency, itself, owned up to the role. >>> the drills between the u.s. and south korea under way and stepped up moves by north korea to negotiate an end to some of the attentions with the southern neighbors. the drills involve 30,000 troops taking part in war games. so far, no comment from the north that called these exercises preparations for invasion. >>> a scary fall for a man at a golf course in one of california's most picturesque places. the 25-year-old tumbled more than 100 feet off a cliff at the half-moon bay golf course south of san francisco. it is not clear what he was doing along the edge of that cliff. there are signs that do warn players to stay away from the edge there. he is said to have suffered major injuries. >> all right. a teenager facing arson and attempted murder charges after a fire destroyed four units at a condominium complex. investigators say the 19-year-old got into a fight with h
.s. and washington, as you mentioned before is holding back some aid in an effort to press this government to make some changes, zoraida. at least for now, no indications it government is giving into the pressure and increasing sign that is it's launching and continuing a crackdown against the muslim brotherhood. the question now, will the muslim brotherhood stop fighting in the streets and demonstrations or fight back and escalate this time. >> reza, the obama administration is being careful with the choice of words here. they are calling it a reprogramming of some funds while the review is under way. what is the aid that is being held up? >> reporter: this is military aid and funding. some apache helicopters are not going to be delivered. several weeks ago, f-16 jet fighters were held back. essentially, it seems, washington is giving itself some flexibility. the option of turning off aid if this conflict escalates more. at least for now, they haven't made the official word that they are cutting off aid and again, if you take a step back and look at things, all the pressure and messages coming fr
to face with one of his former captives. >>> grid lock in washington but president obama may now have a new unlikely ally. >>> and i do. midnight weddings as gay marriage becomes legal in two more states today. not everyone, however, celebrating. >>> welcome back to "early start." >>> it's sentencing day for ariel castro, the ohio man has already pleaded guilty to raping and tortured three young women he held captive for nearly a decade. astro is expected to speak in court today. his sister said will show, the quote, the other side of ariel castro. new court documents lay out his crimes in excruciating details. the women were kept chains in rooms. they ate one day and they were repeatedly raped. one woman gave birth to ariel castro's child. prosecutors said that it was important to detail castro's crimes. while in court today, castro could come face to face with one of his victims michelle knight is expected to make an impact statement. in a thank you note to the cleveland police department, michelle knight wrote, it is comforting. life is tough but i'm tougher. >> this will be a dram
: in washington, the u.s. representative of the syrian opposition studies the gruesome photos of families killed in the attack. there should be consequences, he says. >> you need the credible threat of the force. they take that seriously. he's been given all the wrong signals in the past. all those strong signals meant to him a license to kill. >> reporter: the state department says if this is determined to be a chemical weapons attack, it would be an outrageous escalation. they are not saying whether the president would escalate his response. >>> coming up on "new day," chris cuomo in an exclusive interview with president obama talking ability the situation in syria, including the administration's calls into an investigation about the weapons attack. it's here in less than a half hour, 6:00 a.m. eastern. >>> a teen accused of killing a basketball player targeted him because of his race. the twitter feed of james edward jr. was filled with derogatory remarks about white people. >> he has a lot of caucasian friends with whom he hangs with. the only way that i would feel that he would say anything
being killed. washington cannot afford more chaos in this critical ally for washington. this is a recipient of $1.5 billion in u.s. aid every year. senators graham and mccain here to see what they can do to resolve this conflict. >> we were taking a look at the massive crowds there. as you mentioned, protests, violence, unrest. what does the public think of this particular trip? >> reporter: well, i think a lot of people want the conflict to end. it's such a dilemma. what in this military backed government give to the muslim brotherhood to satisfy them. they say anything less than the former president being reinstated is not enough. the interim government says it's a nonstarter. the u.s. is facing an motty from both sides. they don't want to be seen as supporting a military cue but supporting a democratic transition. it's a very difficult and complicated conflict. again, the two senators here to see what they can do to help. >> tricky indeed. they have a tall order. thank you. >>> 17 minutes after the hour. a driver accused of mulling down a crowd of people on a califor
decides to employ one of those options. >> reporter: chris lawrence, cnn, washington. >>> will army major nadals is ha d san be executed? he was found guilty friday of murdering 13 people and wounding dozens more at ft. hood in 2009. he acted as his own attorney. it's possible he could testify during sentences. >>> courts hearing things about mubarak and his long time political rival. they involve allegations of killing egyptian protesters in separate instants. he was sentences to life in prison for killing 1,000 demonstrators. his sentence was dismissed on appeal and a new trial ordered. >>> in iraq 60 wounded and ten killed when a bomb exploded inside a baghdad cafe. this is the latest in a string of deadly attacks. attacks on civilians and soldiers is a new round of violence in the country. >>> a train derailment in mexico killing at least five and injurying a dozen. eight cars derailed in mexico near the border of guatemala. the rails shifted from rain triggering the accident. about 250 immigrants were on the train. >>> we are getting a look at dramatic video of a life saving rescue i
are in custody of a brutal beating death of a world war ii beating death in spokane, washington. they will be charged as adults in a botched robbery. the 88-year-old tried to fight back, something police think may have worsened the attack. both teens have been charged with first degree murder. >> a sad story. >>> the sports world is asking where is lamar odom. he disappeared after a fight with his wife. his agent tells espn.com kardashian knows where he is and he is not missing. espn said he's in a hotel getting help for a drug problem. >>> celebrity chef, paula deen has been dismissed. a judge in savannah, georgia signed off on a lawsuit with deen and a former employee. it's not clear if they have reached a financial settlement but it was dismissed with prejudice meaning it cannot be refiled. deen admitted to using racially insensitive words in the past. >> no more mcnuggets? >> what? >> i bet that got your attention. >> it did. >> maybe not. mcdonald's branching out and will sell chicken wings. yes, chicken wings, bones and all. they are called mighty wings. test ride in early
this morning. a dozen major wildfires now in washington state and oregon threatening homes, forcing evacuations there. fires have charred more than 200 square miles in oregon. one firefighter was killed. another injured when they were struck by a falling tree. >>> can firefighters expect any help from the weather over the coming days? >> at least the mechanics couple of days they are going to see cooler air. what i wanted to explain is we're pretty much right on track. in july we were looking at the fire threat around the four corners. the difference is, remember, all those flooding stories we talked about the monsoonal moisture. all the moisture came from the gulf, and now we're not seeing that fire danger really anymore in the four corners and really just remaining here on the west coast. as far as the outlook immediately for the next 24 to 48 hours, wrau, they have a nice flow. you can see the difference in the temperatures here. 60s and 70s where we're seeing the cooler air, and we're seeing those 80s. we have a couple of days behind us. they are going to be warming up by about the middle o
washington when a crucial message was intercepted involving communications in the last several days among senior al qaeda operatives. >> al qaeda is stronger than it was before 9/11. >> reporter: final planning for an attack may be complete. intelligenceage cysts are scouring data bases for clues. the u.s. response, going beyond worldwide travel warning and closing embassies across the middle east and africa after meeting with defense commanders, chuck hagel ordered them on a higher state of alert. 1300 marines on board warships will remain off the coast of yemen ready to react. cnn agreed to an administration official's request to with hold details that helped trigger the response because the information is so sensitive. the top republican on the senate intelligence committee confirms it's the nsa surveillance program that picked up the chatter. >> what we have heard are specifics on what's intended to be done and some individuals who are making plans such as we saw before 9/11. >> reporter: in the latest, we know defense secretary chuck hagel called secretary of state john kerry late la
led by washington and the european union came to egypt to try to get the two sides to sit down and make peace. that didn't work. the mediation efforts were a failure. the prime minister said the crackdowns would take place at some point. last night, the associated press and reuters cited unnamed security sources and said the crackdown could come as early as dawn. that didn't happen. we wait to see what today brings, if a crackdown is going to happen within the next 24 hours or if this is part of an information war and perhaps the military backed interim government is using fear tactics. >> reza for us in cairo. a temporary reprieve in an extremely tense situation. >>> the family of 16-year-old hannah anderson, it is joy after she was rescued from the idaho wilderness from a family friend who took her captive. she's recooperating from nearly a week on the run. he burnt down his own house before taking off with her. he is now dead. hannah is said to be physically okay. her family says now is the time for healing. >> now we can take our time to grieve my daughter and my grandson.
's over yet. >> reporter: athena jones, cnn, washington. >>> 16 minutes after the hour. michael jackson's former wife said doctors competed to give the singer painkillers. he said a slew of doctors took advantage of jackson, trying to outbid each other and the best way to treat his pain. they were the ones who first introduced him to propofol. >>> fans are mourning the death of a contestant on the bachelor. she was taken off life support. she was not chosen by the bachelor, she competed in the spin-off series, "bachelorette." >> so sad. >>> a bitter custody battle from oklahoma to south carolina and back again. both sides are making moves now and they hope it might lead to a final, forever home for 3-year-old veronica. >> what we seek is peace for our daughter. >> melanie and matt speaking about baby veronica, the child they adopted and raised for two years before losing her in a custody dispute. wednesday they arrived in oklahoma. >> as soon as we arrived, we requested a visit to our daughter. our request was denied. >> it's time for this to be over. each day, we lose a day with our da
that is have to do with terror investigations. chris lawrence, cnn, washington. >> lawyers for david miranda will bring their case to the high court today. he is at the center of the nsa leak scandal. copying information from his electronic devices. his phone, laptop and other devices were seized when he was detained at heathrow airport. >>> a flight attendant will plead guilty against making a bomb threat against one of his own flights. he used a pay phone to call in threats against six united flights last october. he made a bomb threat against a plane. he faces a maximum five year sen sense. >>> aaron hernandez is scheduled to be in court this afternoon. prosecutors will be presenting evidence to convince a judge to keep him behind bars. it could be canceled if they indict him first. he's charged with shooting and killing his former friend, o den lloyd. >>> a cab driver who plow sbood a british tourist could face criminal charges. they are said to be interviewing witnesses to gather evidence. the cabby got into an argument with the bike messenger. they were forced to amputate below the kne
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